Photos: Damage From the Tornado Outbreak in Mississippi

On Friday, March 24, devastating storms spawned high, straight-line winds and tornadoes across western Mississippi and Alabama, killing at least 25 people and damaging hundreds of buildings. On Sunday, President Joe Biden issued an emergency declaration for the state of Mississippi, providing federal assistance to some of the hardest-hit counties. Gathered here are images from […]

US lawmakers’ minds were already made up about TikTok

When TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew showed up on Capitol Hill this week to testify at a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing, committee chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers, a Republican from Washington, immediately set the tone for the ordeal. After explicitly calling for civility and decorum in the chamber, McMorris Rodgers came in scorching hot, […]

Why the Microsoft Office-ization of AI makes sense

There’s a lot of mystery and glamour surrounding the future of artificial intelligence, which suddenly looks to be gaining capabilities at an incredible pace. Yet the nonstop product announcements now coming from Big Tech have largely been centered around quotidian office tasks like making spreadsheets or managing Gmail or creating PowerPoint slides. While that’s disappointing […]

Photos: A Blanket of Snow for California

A string of powerful winter storms rolled across California over the past week, bringing snowfall to lower elevations than the area has seen in decades, and boosting the state’s snowpack—which now stands at 189 percent of its average for this time of year. Governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency for 13 counties, including […]

A Digital Talent Hub Can Make Your Sales Team More Agile

[Display_1]   Companies typically rely on a series of disconnected databases to manage activities such as tracking applicants, onboarding new employees, and monitoring performance. For sales teams that typically experience high turnover, there are benefits to connecting these systems into a single digital talent hub. This will accelerate the hiring and onboarding cycle, identify patterns […]

Photos: Recovery and Cleanup in Florida After Hurricane Ian

One week since Hurricane Ian made landfall, Florida officials have reported more than 100 storm-related deaths across 10 counties. Ian struck as a category 4 hurricane and was one of the most powerful storms to ever hit the United States—its floodwaters are still receding today. Recovery efforts continue, even as residents return to their homes […]

Early Photos of Hurricane Ian’s Landfall in Florida

Hurricane Ian made landfall in southwest Florida yesterday as a Category 4 storm, causing catastrophic flooding, wind damage, and power outages affecting millions. Ian also heavily damaged at least two causeways, cutting off the only land connection to several barrier islands. Early images are now coming in, showing some of the destruction caused by this […]